Chemistry Quiz #9

Chemistry Quiz #9 is over the properties of matter. You will be asked to identify physical and chemical properties as well as chemical and physical changes. Know the following: chemical property, physical property, chemical reaction, matter, mass, products and reactants. The extra credit is a density problem.    

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IPC Quiz #7

The quiz on Wednesday will be over the phases of matter.  You need to know the different states of matter: BEC, solid, liquid, gas and plasma.  Know Boyle’s law, Avogadro’s law and Charles law.  Know crystalline and amorphous solids. Which phase is most common in the universe? What is viscosity? Good luck tomorrow!

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My favorite Colloid

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Test Make-ups

If you missed a test last week it is up to you to arrange a time to take the test.  Please take care of this as soon as possible. Also, those of you in chemistry or ipc, your test will be this Tuesday.

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ISIM Test One

This is a comprehensive test to see what you have learned. It will have equations, translating, simplify, work and distance word problems, consecutive number word problems, absolute value, inequalities, interval notation, graphing, rrelations, functions,  and polynomials. You will have Wednesday and Tuesday to work on it. Don’t waste time.

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Physics and FOP

You need to bring stuff to work on your presentation or your racer tomorrow in class. I won’t at school tomorrow but will be there Thursday.

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Chemistry Quiz #7

Quiz #7 is over unit analysis and conversions.  You must know your conversion values to complete these problems. There will be 4 one dimensional problems, a scientific notation review and sig figs review.  The extra credit is a calculation comparison and you must show your work. conversion_1 conversion_2

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Chemistry Score key

Here are the keys to Unit Analysis I and II. unit analysis_1 unit_analysis 2 conv_01_key conv_02_key

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ISIM Quest #6

Quest #6 will consist of inequalities, relations, functions, domain and range, compound inequalities and interval notation. Make sure you turn in your re-quest for possible extra credit.

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Chemistry Quiz #6

Quiz 6 is over scientific notation and sig fig calculations.  You will write standard to scientific notation and scientific notation to standard form; you will have to determine sig figs and calculate with sig figs.

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